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to washington, d.c. to approve seam seam. >>> the maryland marriage alliance is holding a prayer rally tonight at rock city church encouraging people to vote against question six. it starts at 6 and goes until 6 a.m. as people head out to the polls. >>> and the ads, which are impossible to escape will finally come to an end tomorrow night as you will weigh in on ballot question number seven. supporters argue it would raise much needed funds for public education. opponents argue there is no guarantee the money would be used for education. so for much more on questions four, six, seven, including a breakdown of the arguments on both sides of the issue, just head to abc2news.com and click on the politics tab. >> president obama and governor romney are making a last-minute push for your vote. >> both spent the day crisscrossing the swing states. cairch traveers travers spent the day with the obama campaign. >> reporter: this is it, one final day. both candidates were focused on revving up supporters in their must-win states. president obama kicked things off in madison, wisconsin. >> four more yea
love, simply. keurig. >>> maryland made history approving same-sex marriage. mein and washington state also passed it. in minnesota there was a constitutional amendment that would ban same-sex marriage and it failed. >>> back in 2007 after years of debate lawmakers allowed five casinos with only slots. voters approved it in 2008 but it took years to open the doors. while many candidates spent the night in their home states, sooner or later they have to go back it d.c. >> democrats managed to hold on to a majority in the senate, republicans in the house of representatives. >> reporter: if you're hoping this election would change the face of congress, you have to look below the surface. >> i'm not kidding. i'm grad to be back. >> reporter: harry reid will still lead the democrats who held on to the senate and john boehner is expected to remain speaker of the house. the two men famous for bickering and the stone walling on the nation's debt crisis at least sound like they're ready to stop it. >> i will do everything in my power to be as conciliatory as possible. i want to work together. >
, washington. >>> it's been two days since a of 0-inch water main break broke in baltimore, flooding north charles street. crews trying to get to the main. a huge amount of water including gas lines needed to be shut down and slowed down the process of getting to the broken main. >> our plan is to try to get this done as quickly as possible and knowing full well this is a major throughway for the loader and convenience for the rest of us here. we are going to be working around the clock, 24/7 until we get this done. the next few days, the weather is favorable. we will try to get as much done as possible. >>> on the bright side, the weather is going to hold out long enough for the main to be repaired. dpw says in the meantime, no one is without waterer at this point the host of dancing with the stars, facing a huge health battle. >> what brook burke is saying about her cancer diagnosis and how many women are also in her shoes. >>> black friday isn't what it used to be. inside the biggest ads for wal- mart and target. >>> do you take your stress out like this lady? the extremes some employee
in the affair that's working washington. david petraeus' career forever tarnished for cheating on his wife. >> now we're learning more about the woman on the other and of the affair. she was the official biographer but also married with children of her on. >> reporter: david petraeus met paula broadwell six years ago. by 2010 broadwell proposed she write his best selling biography. now faces prosecution for adultry since he was still in the military. >> for him to allow her to write it, someone who had never written a book is odd. >> reporter: a long time military colleague came to his defense. >> there was no relationship then as far as an affair. the affair started after he had been in the ceo -- cia, after he retired from the army. >> reporter: another area of concern, if petraeus shareholder cftdz information with -- the confidential information with broadwell. >> the cia annex had actually take an couple of libyan militia members prisoners. they think the attack was an effort to get the prisoners back. >> reporter: investigators found classified material on broadwell's computer. >> to
, the latest abc news washington post tracking poll has president obama opening his biggest lead since july. most analysts point to hurricane sandy as this year's october surprise. >> this race was and has been always close, and it has had a slight electoral advantage for the president, but has had a slight popular vote advantage for mitt romney. that has changed in the last few days. >> reporter: the president is doing some media interviewing, and playing a little basketball, and of course he'll address thousands of supporters tonight or tomorrow morning. >> republican presidential hopeful mitt romney continues to blaze a campaign trail. romney even squeezed in two campaign appearances while the rest of the country voted. >> reporter: mitt and ann romney cast their ballot this morning, hoping republicans in key swing states do the same. head out for final push in pennsylvania and ohio, he was brimming with confidence about his chancing in the buckeye state. >> feel good about ohio. >> reporter: they need to overcome president obama's advantage among early voter. a three point edge has b
with washington city are among those sending aid. brian kuebler, abc2 news. >>> there are some stories of loss coming out of new jersey and new york in the wake of superstorm sandy, but one terrible story grabbed everyone's attention a mother and her two toddlers were stranded in a staten island neighborhood after the suv got stuck. the mom said she was holding on for dear life and knocked on a house pleading to be let. she was turned away add her sons were washed away. the bodies were found a quarter mile away. they questioned a man in the home where the woman said she was turned away. he said he never saw her only a man who asked to come outside to help. >> feel terrible for the woman and two children. >> did they find the children? i didn't even know. >> they found them. they found them dead. >> it's a tragedy, of course, absolutely. shouldn't have been on the road. >> a lot of people are and they look for help. >> there has nothing i can do. i'm not rescue worker. if would have been outside, i would have been dead. >> the two toddlers are among 88 people who lost their lives in the storm.
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